[ale] Outsider contact to bellsouth.net
sergio.chaves at gmail.com
Sat Feb 18 08:39:31 EST 2012
I had great success twice when 02 new accounts were created in my name
without my permission.
I went to Yahoo Financials and googled for all of the CEO/Board Of
Directors emails (48 accounts then).
It worked like a charm. Everything was good in 48 hrs :-)
If you want, contact me offline and I can give you the email addresses I
On 02/13/2012 06:30 PM, Scott Castaline wrote:
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> On 02/13/2012 06:21 PM, JD wrote:
>> On 02/13/2012 02:29 PM, Scott Castaline wrote:
>>> Anyone know of contact # to bellsouth.net/att.net? for
>>> non-members/account holders? Someone has hijacked my uncle's
>>> email address and is sending spam galore for cheap drugs from
>>> Canada. I find this very distasteful as he passed away last May
>>> and He was a WWII war hero with the Flying Tigers. I have tried
>>> the approach of the "Contact Us" link on att.net but that seems
>>> to be for account holders only. Anyone have any other contact
>>> info that they can share. I'd like to put an end to this. My aunt
>>> and cousins are completely in the the dark on this matter, so I'm
>>> taking it upon myself to correct this.
>> If his email address is was the primary for the DSL account and it
>> has been compromised, it is more difficult. The family DSL account
>> password probably needs to be changed. If your family members can't
>> do it themselves and you can't be "on premise" to help them, then
>> AT&T will happily roll a technician to re-setup the DSL connection
>> and update all the back-end systems settings.
>> Someone in the service location will need to be involved.
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> I was afraid of that. When I spoke to my aunt a while back she was
> totally clueless about the account. My Uncle was the one and only one
> who used it. From what I can gather it is not currently being used.
> She couldn't even tell me how he connected or with what. She thought
> he was still doing dial-up, but I wouldn't hold my breath on that one.
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